Jeff Moag

Editor In Chief for Canoe & Kayak Magazine

134 Articles by: Jeff Moag
Kayaking Cuba Part Three: Guajimico and Hanabanilla

Kayaking Cuba Part Three: Guajimico and Hanabanilla

Ross and Helen explore Guajimico and Hanabanilla in Part Three of their Kayaking Cuba travelogue.

The Missouri River by SUP

The Missouri River by SUP

A conversation with Scott Mestrezat, who paddled 2,400 miles down the Missouri River on a standup paddleboard

Gone Deep

Gone Deep

By David Hanson The Flint River has always been a bit of a rebel. A rags to riches story. It gathers itself in a gutter beneath Hartsfield International Airport and emerges to sunlight determined to f[...]

Featured Destination: Louisiana’s One-of-Kind Boondoggle

Featured Destination: Louisiana’s One-of-Kind Boondoggle

The Boondoggle is a one-of-a-kind gathering of kayak anglers in Louisiana's Tammany Parish.

Featured Destination: Penobscot River, Maine

Featured Destination: Penobscot River, Maine

By Matthew Sturdevant The Penobscot River was an ancient thoroughfare for Native Americans in birch-bark canoes, a waterway romanticized by Henry David Thoreau. In the 19th Century, it carried torrent[...]

Completing The Journey

Completing The Journey

Jim Baird and the team reach Hopedale, Labrador after a 33-day canoe journey.

How To Rig A Canoe Sail

How To Rig A Canoe Sail

BY JIM BAIRD After the last portage on the Adlatok, we began our 14-mile ocean paddle to Hopedale, flanked by the rugged, treeless terrain of the Labrador coast. When we felt wind on the back of our n[...]

How To Rig a Tarp With No Trees

How To Rig a Tarp With No Trees

Use paddles and rope to rig a tarp shelter when no trees are available.

Kayaking Cuba, Part Two

Kayaking Cuba, Part Two

The second installment of our Kayaking Cuba adventure takes us to Guama and Cienfuegos

Wilderness Canoe Outfitting for Whitewater

Wilderness Canoe Outfitting for Whitewater

On a wilderness whitewater trip, losing a boat can be devastating. To help prevent this, we include these items in our canoe outfitting.